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3 minutes ago, IRON67 said:

And what was your YESTERDAY system configuration? If you want help, you really should help US to understand the problem.

Sorry, I can't access my yesterday system configuration due to paint.net breaks.

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That sounds not plausible. At least the hardware and the Windows and NET-Framework version will be the same. Additional information about new installed or updated software could be helpful.

A personal note from me because I'm helping people with computer problems since more then a decade: Until now, it seems to me that you are not really interested in help. No one here has a magical ball.

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1 minute ago, IRON67 said:

That sounds not plausible. At least the hardware and the Windows and NET-Framework version will be the same. Additional information about new installed or updated software could be helpful.

A personal note from me because I'm helping people with computer problems since more then a decade: Until now, it seems to me that you are not really interested in help. No one here has a magical ball.

Well okay then...

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Try running pdnrepair.exe. You'll find it in your paint.net folder.

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^^ That explains a lot. Thank you for assisting ReMake.

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